As part of the development application for the Mummaloo Mine site, Top Iron commissioned Water Technology to undertake a hydrological assessment of the site and adjacent catchment.

This involved a site assessment to determine key surface water features, followed by detailed hydrologic and hydraulic modelling to determine surface-water flow paths and potential impacts of the mine development on the unique ecosystem of the areas.

Following the development application, Water Technology developed, and is, undertaking on-going monitoring of surface water quality across the tenement with the data to be continued during active mining of the site.


Hydrological assessment of a mine site and adjacent catchment





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